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Five Reasons Jeff Sessions Would Be No Friend of Liberty In the Trump Administration

The Alabama senator has been touted as a possible Attorney General, Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense, or Secretary of Homeland Security.

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Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-Ala.) was an early and vocal supporter of Donald Trump's presidential bid. Now that his man is headed for the White House, the 69-year-old senator seems likely to be rewarded with a plum cabinet position.

Sessions' name has been floated for a number of cabinet positions, including Attorney General, Secretary of State, Secretary of Defense, and Secretary of Homeland Security.

Here are five reasons Sessions would be no friend to libertarians if he does indeed leave the Senate and join the Trump administration:

1. He was not only for "the Wall" before Trump thought it was cool, he's against legal immigration, too.

More than a decade ago, Sessions was pushing for a fortified barrier on our Southern border, and has never let go of the dream. He has also opposed every congressional attempt at immigration reform since then, of which Reason's Shikha Dalmia wrote, "Sessions has done more than any human alive to torpedo every sensible immigration reform effort and makes no bones about his wish to basically stop all immigration. He moves the goalposts on reform constantly, recently even calling for the elimination of the H-1B visa program for foreign techies, which sent chills down the IT sector's spine."

It's not just illegal immigration Sessions opposes, he's also fond of spreading the canard that all immigrants are a drain on the economy and take the jobs which are the birthright of all native-born Americas, when in fact, the opposite is much closer to the truth.

As Nick Gillespie noted, Sessions' hostility to the free movement of people also makes him no friend of free trade. On that topic, Daniel Griswold wrote at Cato at Liberty that "Sen. Sessions supports our freedom to trade only as long as it does not affect any noisy special interests in his own state."

2. He thinks only bad people do drugs, m'kay.

After previously mischaracterizing certain countries' efforts at drug decriminalization as "legalization" and incorrectly arguing that they have "failed," Sessions lamented that Nancy Reagan's Just Say No campaign against drugs has been relegated to history and replaced by a growing tolerance for the legalization of adult recreational use of marijuana.

At a hearing earlier this year, Sessions said:

I can't tell you how concerning it is for me, emotionally and personally, to see the possibility that we will reverse the progress that we've made….

It was the prevention movement that really was so positive, and it led to this decline. The creating of knowledge that this drug is dangerous, it cannot be played with, it is not funny, it's not something to laugh about, and trying to send that message with clarity, that good people don't smoke marijuana.

Reason's Jacob Sullum wrote of Sessions' comments:

This is not the first time that Sessions, who served as a U.S. attorney during the Reagan administration, has pined for the days of Just Say No. But crediting Nancy Reagan for a decline in drug use that began before she latched onto her pet cause is scientifically problematic, and so are the messages Sessions wants the youth of America to hear—especially the idea that "good people don't smoke marijuana," which condemns at least two-fifths of the population (and probably more like half, allowing for underreporting by survey respondents).

3. He's willing to abandon his fiscal conservatism to appease Trump's plans for a YUGE increase in defense spending.

Politico has described Sessions as "a budget hawk more than a defense hawk," which would actually be in line with libertarian values of reining in the wastefulness that defines a great deal of defense spending.

But by boarding the Trump train, Sessions appears ready to abandon his fiscal conservatism and back the next president's plan to add over 70,000 troops to various branches of the military, scores of ships to the Navy's fleet, and any number of improvements to what is already the world's most expensive military many times over by adding a minimum of $55 billion in spending.

4. He's pretty hung up about "the gays."

In an appearance on Morning Joe in 2009, Sessions sympathized with those who "might feel uneasy" about the prospect of a gay Supreme Court justice, which he described as "big concern."

Unsurprisingly, he also called the Supreme Court's 2015 ruling legalizing gay marriage across the country "unconstitutional" (he had previously voted in favor of a ban on gay marriage to be enshrined in the Constitution), and was one of 31 Senators on the losing side of the 2010 Senate vote to end the ban on gays in the military.

5. He has an aversion to civil rights, and has been accused of using racially insensitive language in the workplace.

Sessions had been nominated by President Ronald Reagan for a federal judgeship in 1986, but his nomination was torpedoed after multiple allegations that he used racially insensitive language to colleagues were leveled against him.

A former US Attorney (Thomas Figures) and another Justice Department employee (Gerald Hebert) both testified that Sessions had described the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) and the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) as "un-American" and "communist-inspired." For his part, Sessions himself said during his confirmation hearings that these groups could rightfully be called "un-American" when they "they involve themselves in promoting un-American positions," particularly when addressing foreign policy issues.

Hebert also testified that Sessions had claimed these groups "forced civil rights down the throats of people," and Figures (who is black) claimed Sessions had called him "boy" and had said that he used to like the Ku Klux Klan until he found out some of its members smoke marijuana. Sessions claimed he was merely joking about the KKK.

Bonus fact: Sessions voted in favor of a ban on "flag desecration" to be added to the Constitution.

Read more Reason coverage of Jeff Sessions here.

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137 responses to “Five Reasons Jeff Sessions Would Be No Friend of Liberty In the Trump Administration

  1. On the one hand, Sessions sounds like a jackass; on the other hand, Shikha Dalmia hates him……

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  2. As Ken pointed out yesterday, one big reason for the proposed list of shitty cabinet appointees is Trump’s pariah status among GOP bigwigs. His talent pool is relatively limited (more than usual for government even) to people who are themselves politically radioactive; Palin, Gingrich, Christie et al, people whose common thread is the fact that they have nowhere to turn but Trump to see their political prospects rise.

    1. Yeah, he had a limited pool of washed up has-beens to choose from the short list of Republicans who supported him during his campaign. Now would be a good time for Republicans to reach out and make nice with Trump. Like it or not, policy and implementation are about Trump for the next four years–and competent leadership is important.

      As much as a social conservative as Sessions is, he was loyal to Trump and he’s competent–even if he’s wrong. That should give him first pick or something near to it.

      The other competent and loyal people aren’t in cabinet level positions–Bannon and Priebus are advisers. Priebus should be on the phone looking for competent appointees and selling them on Trump.I hope some better Republicans are willing to come forward. Carson had a future, but he turned Trump down?

      You can only recruit the people who will work for you, and right now, Trump’s list of available appointees looks like the cast of The Expendables–old war horses who had no future to lose when they bet their political future on backing Trump.

      1. As usual, well stated Ken.

      2. Expendables or Deplorables?

      3. Now would be a good time for Republicans to reach out and make nice with Trump. Like it or not, policy and implementation are about Trump for the next four years–and competent leadership is important.

        And if I were someone like Thomas Massie or Rand Paul, I’d be reaching out to Trump if not for a post for myself to mitigate the damage that would inevitably be done by someone like Bolton or Gingrich in that position. At the very least, I’d be trying to steer Trump away from throwing his lot in with the likes of Gingrich and Bolton by offering an olive branch to work with my faction of the GOP.

      4. Word in Huntsville, AL is that he is a shoe in for Sec Def.

        1. Will be Attorney General…
          Will do fine…

      5. Isn’t Romney on his knees as we write this?

    2. “one big reason for the proposed list of shitty cabinet appointees is Trump’s pariah status among GOP bigwigs.”

      Trump is not obliged to choose Republicans. The cabinet is shitty because the candidate is shitty.

  3. How long till somebody finds out that Jeff has been trading meth for gay sex with mexicans?

    1. Shortly before we hear that he has a wide stance I imagine.

    2. Thank you. 🙂

  4. So I guess the plan was to “drain the swamp” so that it could be refilled with a scummier, shittier swamp.

    1. If you think it could get any scummier then you need to change your name to; Deranged Paranoid Android.

    2. Replacing the swamp with a septic tank.

  5. Maybe more “friends of liberty” should have offered their support to Trump.

    1. Fortunately, the actual nominees are still anyone’s guess. But that is pretty pathetic as far as apologetics go on your part.

    2. I know, right? If only more Libertarians had prostituted themselves out to Trump. Maybe then Trump would throw them some bread crumbs of liberty while still building the wall, harassing Mexicans and Muslims, and otherwise acting like a giant buffoon. Guess they missed an opportunity there!

      1. Missed opportunity for Bob Barr !

        1. That’s one. Please do not say that name another two times, lest he will return to haunt us.

  6. He moves the goalposts on reform constantly

    I’ve been meaning to ask what does “immigration reform” even mean anymore?

    1. Things people are agin’ will be fought, things people a fer, we’ll be fer.

    2. what does “immigration reform” even mean anymore?

      For some people it means, “Taller fence, wider gate”

      for others it means “Taller Electrified Fence, Moat Filled with Sharks and Piranha”

      In more seriousness …

      One reason no one knows what it means is because the interest groups on both sides of the issue insist that any change to the status quo is either Horrifying Anti-Immigrant Nativist Fascism, or Open Borders Reconquista Mexican All-You-Can-Take Welfare Buffet

      iow, they’ve demonized the other side so hard, that any changes at all are turned into dangerous compromises. Even tho both admit that the system we have sux balls.

  7. Yeah, I was hoping Trump wouldn’t start picking piles of shit for his administration, but there he goes.

  8. I don’t think Trump will appoint a pygmy as Sec. of Defense. Just send him to the UN where he can’t do any damage.

  9. OMG he said something mean 30 years ago.

    Sessions Derangement Syndrome.

    1. Sessions is against legalizing cannabis for either recreation or medicine. “I’m a big fan of the DEA”, he said during a hearing with the Senate Judiciary Committee.[50] Sessions was “heartbroken” and found “it beyond comprehension” when President Obama claimed that cannabis is not as dangerous as alcohol.[51]

      1. Oh, he’s horrible on drugs. But some of the other items on this list are stretching it a bit thin.

  10. Suddenly 12 Steps doesn’t seem so bad.

  11. I gotta wonder if Trump is still throwing red meat to the base. They seem to be lapping up these cabinet picks. They love this Breitbart guy. They love John Bolton for some fucking reason. They also love Jeff Sessions. I wonder if (hope) there will be some last minute changes.

    1. Ask yourself this question, Juice: does Trump have any incentive to *stop* throwing red meat to the base?

      1. I don’t know. That’s what I’m afraid of.

    2. Christie and Bolton he can easily throw under the bus, but Sessions is in the Senate and Trump might need his vote some day.

      1. You think Christie would fit under a bus?!

        1. One of those polar bear buses, maybe.

          1. By God, sir! That is fantastic. I WANT ONE, RIGHT NOW!

        2. Christie can always go back to his old gig as an ‘X-Men’ antagonist …..

          http://vignette2.wikia.nocooki…..0707204322

    3. They love John Bolton for some fucking reason.

      Because his base consists mostly of the pissed off with no real conception of the players or the system?

      1. ding ding ding

        what they want is someone who will yell at the Left for 4 years

    4. They love the Breitbart guy because he “fights against the Left” and “gets all the right people mad”.

      They love John Bolton because he “fights against the Left” and “gets all the right people mad”.

      They love Jeff Sessions because he “fights against the Left” and “gets all the right people mad”. Plus he was the most loyal Senator to Trump.

      You see where I’m going here. It’s not like ideology or principles ever mattered to these Trump voters.

      1. You fight the left and get the right people mad without starting a war with Iran though.

      2. .”It’s not like ideology or principles ever mattered to these Trump voters.”

        Perhaps your ideology and principles don’t matter to Trump voters. Ever think of that?

        1. Simultaneously endorsing Trump’s call for less involvement in the ME and supporting John Bolton indicates a slight lack of understanding.

          1. So (1) is Bolton nominated, or just a faint hope by the war party and temporary bogeyman for the non-interventionists?

            (2) If he is in the cabinet, will force more meddling in the Middle East, or go along with his boss’s non intervention ideas?

            Neither of us knows.

            1. The point was that Trump supporters are cheering for Bolton. Not Trump himself.

              1. Some are, some ain’t.

        2. Well, of course they don’t. Authoritarians generally don’t care for the ideology and principles of non-authoritarians.

  12. The basic strategy of immigration reform: propose legislation to fine employers who hire illegals, get your colleagues to torpedo any such legislation, and then say, “The first step is to round up 3 million violent criminals, drug dealers, and gang bangers, and bus them out of the country. Preferably to a place far away so they don’t return so quickly this time. And oh – build a wall. Just got 10 feet higher, smartass.”

    1. It’s a start.

  13. My main concern with Sessions as Attorney General is that he would be reluctant to continue Obama’s policy of tolerating retail marijuana (both recreational and medical) so long as retailers were complying with state and local laws.

    I think that’s basically an executive order level decision, and Sessions wouldn’t hold the DEA back from prosecuting marijuana retailers and growers like they were Colombian cartels. He’d make an example of California and Massachusetts–where neither the Republicans nor Trump have anything to lose.

    Given the Supreme Court’s stance on marijuana as it pertains to interstate commerce, I wouldn’t expect any sympathy from the courts either. At worst, if people can find seeds, they’ll be able to grow their own, but I was hoping for better than that.

    I haven’t seen that Trump’s on board with legalization either, and he’d have to tell Sessions no–if Sessions as Attorney General were in charge of the DEA. Even if Congress could pass a law protecting the states on the issue, I’m not sure Trump would sign it.

    . . . not that Hillary would have either.

    1. He’s going to nominate Cruz, who will take a federalist approach. This also means that sanctuary cities can survive. But that’s all part of the plan. Trump just needs someone he can blame for certain ‘departures from campaign promises’ and Cruz is the man who can play that role.

      1. Cruz would be stupid to accept. He loses his seat, takes the heat for everything that Trump does domestically and ruins his career. Its a no win for him.

        1. I think Cruz may have already ruined his career by flip-flopping in regards to not endorsing, then suddenly endorsing Trump.

          1. Will anyone give a shit about that in five years?

    2. Then I think we might see some true-to-the-bone nullification, ie sheriffs and the like blocking federal enforcement. The legalized states wouldn’t let that tax money go lightly. I think you’d see real pushback there.

    3. There are people in the country whose main interests are something other legal pot. Just sayin’.

      1. Then they can just stop worrying about it then and leave people alone.

        1. Most people don’t care about it one way or the other. The government gives them plenty of other worries of more immediate concern. The Sacrament of Smoke is far down on their list of problems.

          1. Then let them keep not worrying about it and leave people alone.

      2. There are people in the country whose main interests are something other legal pot.

        Nice truism. How does that qualify as a defense of Sessions?

        1. Nothing, it is just a suggestion that pot not an item of major interest one way or the other to a whole lot of people.

          1. And it is an item of major interest to a whole lot of other people.

            1. It’s a matter of numbers and individual priorities. Opposing Sessions for his view on pot is, to many people, about as relevant as opposing him because of his view on street mimes.

              1. I think you vastly underestimate the number of individuals for whom this is a priority.

          2. Nothing, it is just a suggestion that pot not an item of major interest one way or the other to a whole lot of people.

            Then those people should get out of the way of those who would like to put an end to having people locked in cages over it.

            1. People get locked in cages for lots of stupid reasons. Pot is not highest on the list of get-locked-in-a-cage worries of everybody.

              1. People get locked in cages for lots of stupid reasons. Pot is not highest on the list of get-locked-in-a-cage worries of everybody.

                The problem here is that if a person likes the idea of Sessions as AG, it’s probably because they’re concerned that there are not nearly enough people being locked in cages for stupid reasons.

                1. That one needs a little more data supporting it before I’d agree.

                  1. Homple, for what other reason would someone support Sessions as AG?

      3. I think ending the drug war is of vital importance on all sorts of issues–from crime to race and civil liberties.

        It’s important to me, anyway.

        At some point, I’ll get to stop thinking about how glad I am that Hillary didn’t win and start judging the Trump Administration on its own merits. I guess I’m starting to warm up to that.

        1. Ending the drug war would be a good thing. We also have wars on: fossil fuels, personal choice in everything from flush toilets to automobiles, use of land as its owners want to use it and freedom of association, to name a few.

          Most people are more affected by these wars than the drug war because very many people choose not to mess with illegal drugs, but it is much harder for them to choose to avoid things like high energy prices.

          1. The drug war has been the biggest threat to our constitutional rights in so many different ways, nothing else comes close.

          2. because very many people choose not to mess with illegal drugs

            Have you learned nothing here, Homple? Baby Bou Bou wasn’t messing with illegal drugs, nor was any of his family; he was a toddler asleep in his crib and he got burned by a flashbang grenade when the cops raided the wrong address (as in, not the address on their own warrant).

            Etc, etc, etc.

        2. Sessions wants it to end, too. With victory over all drugs and all who use them. War does not determine who is right or wrong, only who is left. If Sessions thinks the war on vice is something that can be won, he’s sorely mistaken. He’s fighting something older than Jesus, he’s fighting human nature.

    4. Trump has promised not to interfere in legal marijuana states. Also MJ won big at the ballot box. Trump is a populist but not an ideologue. Weed is safe for now.

  14. Being against H1-Bs isn’t necessarily the same as opposing all legal immigration. H1-B is a terrible compromise between free migration and corporate protectionism. On the one hand, H1-B holders have to have a sponsor to remain in the US, often allowing their sponsors to pay below market rate. Such that the second an H1-B holder wins a green card, they often move on to another position in the same field at a different company making the “native” wage. But hey, there I go hating the idea treating smart immigrants who haven’t been here long enough to get a green card different from those who have. Shikha will probably explain my false conscience on that soon.

    1. H1-B holders have to have a sponsor to remain in the US, often allowing their sponsors to pay below market rate.

      Maybe it’s because I come from a long line of managers, as opposed to laborers, but…isn’t that a feature and not a bug? And if Sanjeev has the same skills to do the job, and at a lower wage, isn’t the fact he is unable to do so without a certain class of visa proof that the “market” wage had been unnaturally inflated through labor protectionist immigration restrictions?

      1. I think that Sanjeev should be able to immediately work in a wider pool. This would lower the prevailing wage across the whole pool, yes, but I’ve also seen several H1-B people get a pretty shitty deal just to be in the states. Their work was at least as value-productive as mine and they got paid way less, by an arbitrary and useless distinction.

        1. Also, some of my H1-B coworkers were named Juan and Gunther.

    2. True, but there’s much better solutions to that than repealing H1Bs and not putting anything in their place (which seems to be Sessions’ favored outcome).

      If people are willing to take the shitty wage for X years, it’s an indication they think the trade-off is worth it.

  15. I heard Cruz might be on the shortlist for Attorney General. I’d probably prefer him over any of the other shit stains that have been mentioned so far.

    1. Its a good political pick. TX would appoint another Republican senator. Perhaps even Governor Goodhair, although I would hold out hope of an independent Kinky Friedman getting the pick for the fun of it. Oh, and Cruz would be part of the kumbyah to the base while still being outsider enough to be credible.

    2. That would be a good thing.

    3. If Cruz gets anything The Jacket will shit his pants. Again.

    4. And all the “Lyin’ Ted!” and “nobody anywhere likes this guy” stuff will be completely forgotten because doublethink, I assume?

      1. Who knows? I don’t particularly like him myself. I don’t even really have a reason; he just reminds me of a weasel. With that being said, he would be orders of magnitude better for the country as an Attorney General than Sessions, Christie or Guiliani would be.

      2. No, that would be brought up relentlessly by the media.

        1. Well, yeah, but I was wondering more what Trump’s supporters will tell themselves to rationalize this one.

          Like…let’s assume Trump does nominate Cruz. Trump goes up and gives a press conference about what a terrific attorney and dedicated public servant he is or whatever other bullshit. And then you took your average, red-blooded Trump supporter, sat them down, and showed them clips, side-by-side, of Trump praising Cruz for the extraordinary job he’ll do as AG and then denigrating him as a worthless liar who nobody likes. What’s that hypothetical Trumper’s reaction?

          1. If Obama can make Hillary Sec. of State…

          2. He can say he’s doing it to bring the country together. (Whether or not that’s true is beside the point.)

          3. Cruz for Supreme Court Justice

  16. Has Trump legalized all drugs yet? Like SIV said he was going to do?

    1. I’m going to keep holding on to hope that it will happen one day.

      1. I’m just going to eat a bunch of shrooms and pretend it already did.

        1. I’m more of an acid guy myself, but good choice sir.

    2. MOST LIBERTARIAN CANDIDATE EVAR!!1

      Time to start calling him Red Shriek.

  17. 1. He was not only for “the Wall” before Trump thought it was cool

    Sessions is a border-wall hipster??

    1. If he was truly a wall hipster he’d claim that Roger Waters ruined the band.

  18. RE: Five Reasons Jeff Sessions Would Be No Friend of Liberty In the Trump Administration

    I would’ve thought that Trump wouldn’t need any more fascists in his cabinet since he’s such a big one he wouldn’t need any more.
    I stand corrected.

  19. Jeff Sessions: “I used to like the KKK until I found out some of them smoke marijuana.”

    Oh my God, you’re HILARIOUS, Jeff!!!!!!!

  20. Oh my, the perfect candidate for Attorney General. Reason has provided all the good reasons that he should be attorney general, now – where are the ones that are negative?

  21. Attorney General Jeff Sessions…….

    Fuck.

    Make that money while you can Pot Industry, cause you’re gonna need it.

  22. Despite Republican’s claims that they are the party of small government, in practice they are anything but (they’re just anti-Democrat government, not government in general).

    How many ACTUAL small-government types are there? Paul Ryan sort of comes to mind, but he doesn’t want to shrink the outrageous military budget, even though it’s probably the area of the budget with the most room for relatively painless cuts. Rand Paul?

  23. So I guess Jeff is cut of the same cloth as Pence? Holier-than-thou, fundamentalist Christian? If he’s against weed, immigration, civil rights, gays, and the like, that would make him a Fundie, right? I expect he thinks Jesus will be coming back any day, now.

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  28. That he was “for” a wall before Trump was makes him “no friend of liberty”? What? Controlling our borders, Rule of Law, those are going to make Americans safer and free to enjoy Liberty (the opposite of the author’s premise). He will be an excellent AG. Elections have consequences. Build it, build it higher!

  29. #5 is meaningless. What happened before 1986 — THIRTY YEARS AGO is irrelevant to matters in 2016.
    All Americans have changed since then. Find something current or drop it. You act like a Democrat.

    1. “All Americans have changed since then.”

      The NAACP and ACLU were communist back then and they are just as communist today. Some Americans never change.

  30. Yuk yuk yuk, the Klan and pot man it’s as funny as having Democrat Robert Byrd a former Grand Kleagle of the KKK in the senate all those years. Chris Rock said he wished he could join the KKK so he could pull a drive by, now that set was funny. As AG Jeff should pull Chris Rock in as one of his close advisers

    Any which way the leftists along with those leftists at Reason have their targets they have been drooling to attack. Have at them!.
    Trump could pick Mary Poppins for his cabinet and the left would find a witness that Mary said something untoward about Mexican nannies.

    1. “Trump could pick Mary Poppins for his cabinet ”

      Doubt it. Not racist enough.

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  33. Almost anybody that Trump picks is going to be denounced by somebody as a racist, a word that is quickly losing its meaning due to overuse. However, Sessions prosecuted a leader of the KKK and fought against segregation. Is a single overhyped comment he made 30 years ago make him worse than the revered Robert Byrd, the Democratic senator who actually was a member of the KKK? His views on defense spending and legal immigration are really irrelevant: his work as attorney general does not involve making new immigration laws or crafting defense budgets. I believe that homosexuality is completely moral, yet find nothing wrong with Session views on homosexuality as a constitutional issue. Like abortion, homosexuality is not found in the constitution, and therefore homosexual marriage should be a state issue, and I see no reason why soldiers need to publicly proclaim the sexual preferences when more serious issues are at hand.

    1. Right on Mark…

      it’s a shame REASON doesn’t seem to understand the constitution – apart from the enumerated powers virtually EVERYTHING is a State issue..

  34. Yet a prominent BLACK lawyer – Donald V. Watkins – who knows Sessions says he’s NOT at all a racist. see

    http://www.washingtontimes.com…..sm-charge/

    And the Trump campaign has lots of evidence to prove Sessions is pro civil rights.

    “When Senator Sessions was U.S. attorney, he filed a number a desegregation lawsuits in Alabama and he also voted in favor of the 30-year extension of the Civil Rights Act,” transition team spokesman Jason Miller told reporters on a conference call. “He also voted to confirm Attorney General Eric Holder, and even spearheaded efforts toward awarding the Congressional Gold Meddle to Rosa Parks.”

    “He also pointed out that Mr. Specter eventually voiced regret for his vote against Mr. Sessions for the federal bench and said his senate colleague was an “egalitarian.”

    “Even from someone who once voted against him to receive praise like that really speaks to Senator Session’s character,” said Mr. Miller. “We feel very confident that Senator Sessions has the background and the support to receive confirmation.”

    It’s disappointing to see REASON abandoning reason and jumping on the anti-Trump bandwagon like this….

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  36. Reason would do itself justice if it would focus on stuff that Sessions actually had control over. Attorney General Sessions will likely shape the Trump Administration’s policy toward state wide drug reform and criminal justice reform. Screeching about racism does nothing but make you guys look like Slate Magazine. And I say this as someone who is genuinely concerned about the direction a Trump Administration will take on issues such as Criminal Justice.

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  42. Why get your panties in a knot? Sessions is a done deal. Let’s criticize him for actual policies, once he adopts them, rather than straw men.

  43. You forgot to mention:
    1. How as a U.S. Attorney he filed several cases to desegregate schools in Alabama.
    2. How he prosecuted Klansman Henry Francis Hays, son of Alabama Klan leader Bennie Hays, for abducting and killing Michael Donald, a black teenager selected at random.
    3. How he insisted on the death penalty for Hays. When he was later elected the state Attorney General, Sessions followed through and made sure Hays was executed.
    4. How the successful prosecution of Hays also led to a $7 million civil judgment against the Klan, effectively breaking the back of the KKK in Alabama, which has never regained a foothold in Alabama.

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